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Blogger Reflections: What Does a Woman Want?

Bernardette Tristan Amiel blogging [es] for Mujeres Construyendo brings up a story about King Arthur to reflect on the expectations women have regarding men:

Camelot would have a new king, unless Arthur could answer a simple question. Arthur agreed upon giving the answer. The question was: what does a woman want the most? The black knight gave him three days to find the answer, and if it was correct, Arthur would keep his kingdom. Otherwise, Camelot would have a new king.

At the end, she concludes with the same idea she ends up the story she shares:

The greatest wish a woman has is to be her own sovereign.

The post reviewed here was part of the first #LunesDeBlogsGV [Monday of blogs on GV] on May 5, 2014, and was submitted by @riojanasoy.

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